Virat Kohli's fan beaten by security for invading pitch & touching RCB star's feet? Video sparks row

During the RCBvsPBKS match in IPL 2024, a staunch Virat Kohli fan invaded the M.Chinnaswamy Stadium and touched the feet of the former Indian captain.

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Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 is going on in full swing and fans are going gaga over the daily dose of entertainment provided by the various franchises. Virat Kohli is undoubtedly a global ambassador of cricket due to his massive fan base and batting masterclass. Recently, during the RCBvsPBKS match, a staunch Kohli fan invaded the M.Chinnaswamy Stadium and touched the feet of the former Indian captain. Virat Kohli's fan video went viral in no time. The pitch invader, not only touched Virat Kohli's feet in the middle of the match but also hugged him from behind. The man was soon escorted out of the ground by the security officials. Now, a longer version of the video has sparked a massive row. 


In the viral video, it is claimed that the Virat Kohli fan was beaten by the ground security officials. Although the video seems suspicious due to the jumps present in it, it showcases that after being escorted from the stadium, the man was slapped & punched by the security officials. However, it is pertinent to mention here that the video has been shared by fans and there has been no confirmation from any authentic source about the incident. 


Reacting to the video, a user wrote, "You don't have the right to touch anyone. Then what's the use of Law? You can keep him in Jail/ Fine but you're attacking him in the stadium.. itself."



Another user wrote, "Arresting him and handing over to police is acceptable, but they do not have any rights to beat him up, at max these are security folks not police."


"This is not right.. What that fan did is also wrong but just for that he doesn’t deserve these kind of treatment, and moreover how did the fan reach till Virat itself shows their security lapses and level instead of taking the blame they are beating him for their failure.." wrote another user. 



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